Part Location Diagram of 5210JA3005E LG Plastic Tube
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Plastic Tube 5210JA3005E

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PartSelect Number PS3526625
Manufacturer Part Number 5210JA3005E
Manufactured by LG
Product Description

Plastic Tube Specifications

This part is the replacement water line or tube for your refrigerator. It is made of white plastic and is sold individually. This tube supplies water to the ice maker and water dispenser If your refrigerator is leaking, or it will not dispense water or ice, you may have a damaged water line. When you replace the water line, you may want to pick up a new water tube union as well. You can use a utility knife to cut the old water line where it is damaged and use the union to attach the new water line to the old one. This tubing is an OEM part from the manufacturer.
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Troubleshooting
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Leaking
This part works with the following products:
Refrigerator, Freezer.
This part works with the following products:
LG, Kenmore.
Part# 5210JA3005E replaces these:
AP4445608, 5210JA3005G, 5210JA3005M, 5210JA3005Q, 5210JA3005S
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Water leaking from back of the refrigerator
Pretty simple fix.

1) Removed the screws from lower back plate
2) Removed the screws holding the plastic water lines in place (little plastic brackets - several of them)
3) Take a picture of how the tubing and what hose goes into what part - the 5/16" hose can go into 2 different spots - I didn't do this and I had to fix this
4) Pull out the hose "tabs" that lock the clamp into place (several)
5) Push in new hose
6) Put in clamp
7) I had to remove the filter on the inside of the fridge. Remove the filter, there is one screw that comes out, then you will have access to the hose clamps
8) Repeat for all the other hoses
9) Put the plate and brackets back into place (the picture really helps on how to orient and route the 3 different tubes
10) Test the water
11) Crack open a beer for a job well done

Super easy - take a picture! It will save you time!
Other Parts Used:
Plastic Tube - 5/16 Inch Plastic Tube
  • Jason from PLEASANT HILL, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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Broken water line
Remove water filter and water filter holder. Removed cover on back of frig. Removed clip where water line connects to back of water filter. Took half inch wrench pushed in on water line lock to release line. Repeat at other end. Reverse steps to put on new line. Easy repair.
Other Parts Used:
Plastic Tube - 5/16 Inch Plastic Tube
  • Debbie from FISHER, AR
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Leak in water filter supply line
I found a crack in the pex line from the valve up the back of the refrigerator to the water filter. I could not find the correct 5/16" size line locally to replace it. A guy in plumbing at Home Depot said he always repaired them by cutting out the crack and finding a piece of clear vinyl line that would fit tightly over the cracked pex to splice in a fix with hose clamps. I did that and it was a really bad idea. The line was obviously fatigued and failing because it just cracked further up and leaked again. I then looked up and ordered the correct line (actually both the supply and return since they were available). Installing the new lines was a breeze. The pex connectors are simple to disconnect and reconnect. Wish I had done that to start with. I looked for a youtube video for the proper replacement steps but all I found was a video of a guy who cut out a crack and stuck a pex connector in to replace the cracked section. By doing that he pulled slack from the valve end of the line which didn't exist and cracked the line again. I don't know why anyone would mess with patching one of these lines. The correct parts are available, cut to the right length, and removing and replacing them at the valve and the filter is dead simple.
Other Parts Used:
Plastic Tube Plastic Tube - 5/16 Inch
  • John from Pacific, MO
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    15 - 30 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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Orlando
October 30, 2019
Is this a 5/16 od line?
For model number 79577543600
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Hello Orlando, thank you for your question. This part is 1/4 Inch O.D. plastic tube. 92" long. I hope this helps!

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Dave
September 27, 2021
HOW CAN I REPLACE THE PLASTIC HOSE THAT RUNS THRU THE DOOR TO THE WATER DISPENSER. TWO SE[ARATE TECHS CAME TO THE HOUSE BOTH TOLD ME THAT IT CANT BE DONE THE PLASTIC HOSE IS STUCK IN THE INSULATION.$245 LATER THEY BOTH SAID I NEED A NEW DOOR! HELP!!!!!!
For model number LRSC26923TT
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Hello Dave, thank you for your question. We have a video on how to change the water line. It is not your model refrigerator but should be the same idea. We hope this helps. Good luck with your repair!

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Sally
November 22, 2019
We need to replace both plastic tubes that feed into the refridgerator water filter. I know one part is mju62070603, but i can't read the number on the other part. Can you advise asap?
For model number LG AP5253550
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Hello Sally, thank you for writing. We will be happy to look into this, but we will need the model number for your refrigerator to do so. Here is a link to some tips on our website for locating the model number: https://www.partselect.com/Find-Your-Refrigerator-Model-Number.aspx. We look forward to hearing back from you!

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Jane
January 5, 2022
I just ordered this tube. Want to be certain it is the right size. I need to replace the water line tube on the back of the fridge. It is white & smaller than what is at the Home Depot. All the tubes were the same size & I was told they are all the same for water lines. I don't understand why. Just a regular fridge.
For model number LFX25960SB
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Hello Jane, Thank you for contacting us. We have researched the model you have provided and have found the part you are looking for is PartSelect Number PS3536013. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Paul
March 16, 2023
Need to replace the water line. Is the tubing on your website 1/4 inch or 5/16? I found a part MJU62070602 on another site which is 5/16 and appears to be too large in diameter, What is the correct part?
For model number 79577542600
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Hello Paul, thank you for your question. According to our research, the tube, part number PS3526625, has a 1/4-inch outer diameter. We hope this information helps!

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Richard
September 7, 2023
Main refrigerator water line leaking need a replacement
For model number lmx25964st lg Refrigerator
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Hello Richard, thank you for getting in touch. The water tube, part number PS3526625, you mentioned, is compatible with your model. We hope that helps!

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